A small writer’s studio that’s located in Connecticut designed by Eric J. Smith is an idyllic escape for creative endeavours. This small but perfectly formed property is home to a 1,700 volume collection of poetry. The writer’s studio uses a combination of stone, oak and glass to reinforce is sense of belonging amongst its woodland setting.
The studio is a place where its owner can write and read poetry as well as escape from aspects of modern life. It can also be used to meditate among tall oaks, observe wildlife, and reflect on philosophical and artistic ideas.
The design of the 650-square foot studio provides absolute comfort within a restrained space where the owner can spend long days. The architect decided to clad the exterior walls in fieldstone and bluestone and constructed to resemble a historic dry-stacked, mass stone wall. To keep it at a nice temperature, there’s geothermal heating and a cooling system.